The intentionally methodical rebuilding process currently presided over by general manager Ryan McDonough does not preclude the Phoenix Suns from gathering as many raw materials as possible right now.
If theres a good deal available at Home Court Depot, theyll back up the truck.
Sitting at Nos. 5, 30 and 57 in Thursdays NBA Draft, the Suns seem on the verge -- depending on their new evaluation skills -- of acquiring a support beam or two.
The 13 draft class supposedly is lacking in foundation players. But it is also believed to be more appealing in terms of mid-range prospects.
So, with a roster that offers less young talent than most any in the league (my opinion), McDonough has acknowledged the potential for securing another pick somewhere between 5 and 30.
To do so, however, might be considerably more difficult than just flipping center Marcin Gortat and his expiring contract for that potentially rewarding first-round pick.
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